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Play in $6,000 Worth of Freerolls at PokerStars This February

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  • Two $3,000 freerolls take place at PokerStars during February. Here's how you can play in both of them.

Two $3,000 freerolls are awaiting PokerNews readers at PokerStars this month as part of the PokerNews Bi-weekly $3,000 freeroll promotion. This value-packed promotion sees a $3,000 freeroll played every two weeks at PokerStars and is only available to PokerNews readers, which makes the name of the promotion perfect, right?

The first of 23, yes 23, freerolls took place on Jan. 28 and the next $3,000 tournament shuffles up and deals at 3:05 p.m. ET on Feb. 11. Each of the $3,000 freerolls are played on nine-handed tables with 3,000 starting stacks and feature 10-minute blind levels.

Having a $3,000 prize pool aside, the best thing about these freerolls is they are only open to PokerStars players who created their accounts via PokerNews links, who used our marketing codes and who made their first deposit at PokerStars during 2016, 2017 or 2018.

If that describes you, then you should check your account for a ticket to the PokerNews Bi-weekly $3,000 freeroll that is in the PokerStars lobby right now with the tournament ID 2194451519. Don’t forget, you can play in each and every one of the $3,000 freerolls held between Feb. 11 and the end of the year.

Those of you who have yet to make an account at PokerStars can follow the simple steps below and you’ll be eligible to play in all of the remaining $3,000 freerolls.

If you can’t find the time to play in this next freeroll on Feb. 11, your next chance to bank some free cash is on Feb. 25 and then Mar. 11, but do everything you can to get involved in each and every one of the PokerNews Bi-weekly $3,000 freerolls.

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